Ty Russell, CBS4 Miami

Ty Russell

CBS4 Miami

Miami, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Ty:

Calm Day 3 Of Demonstration In Miami As Protesters Clear Out Before Curfew

Before sunset Monday, a group of protesters, not nearly as large as the groups seen over the weekend, continued their march for change and justice following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. → Read More

BSO Deputy Praying With Protester A Sign Of Hope Sheriff Gregory Tony Says ‘We Need To See More Of’

There was a lot of tension Sunday between law enforcement and demonstrators. But in the midst of all that, there were also saw signs of hope. → Read More

Rain & Restrictions Dampens Memorial Day Weekend Across South Florida

It’s not as busy as a traditional Memorial Day weekend. Not only because of the rain, but the restrictions for shops and restaurants. → Read More

Public Gyms Included In Broward’s Phase One Reopening

Miami-Dade and Broward are preparing to reopen stores, barbershops along with nail and hair salons starting Monday. → Read More

Here’s What To Expect As South Florida Reopens Next Week – CBS Miami

So, what can you expect as South Florida opens for business on Monday? → Read More

South Miami Mayor Sally Philips Wants To Make Sure Reopening Isn’t ‘Putting People In Jeopardy’

South Florida leaders are preparing for a phase one opening, and so are restaurants. → Read More

Push To Get More Kids Vaccinated For Preventable Diseases During Coronavirus Pandemic

There’s a push to get more children vaccinated for diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Protesters Hit Streets Of South Beach Demanding Reopening Of Shops, Restaurants & Beaches

A group of protesters hit the streets of South Beach Sunday, demanding the reopening of shops, restaurants and beaches. → Read More

Coronavirus Impact: Norwegian Cruise Line May Go Out Of Business

Miami-based Norwegian Cruise line is looking for its own lifeline. The company told investors business may be over if a wave of money doesn’t come their way. → Read More

Miami Beach Parks Open, But Leaders Forced To Close South Pointe Over Social Distancing Rule Breakers

More than 30 city parks are open with loosened restrictions. But leaders closed popular South Pointe Park Monday. → Read More

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony Opens Up About Killing Man As A Teen 27 Years Ago

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony is opening up to explain why he shot and killed a someone as a teenager. → Read More

Coronavirus Impact: South Florida Marinas Reach Capacity On First Weekend Of Loosened Restrictions

As expected, local boaters flocked to local marinas and many waited overnight for a chance to gain access to the water on the first weekend of loosened coronavirus restrictions. → Read More

Job Loss For Many In South Florida Means No Money To Send Back To Family In Other Countries

Ernst Virgil moved to South Florida from Haiti eight years ago to live the American dream. He and his wife even bought a house in Sunrise a little less than two years ago. Like many, the last several weeks have not been that dream. → Read More

Reopening Broward: Mayor Dale Holness Announces County To Open Most Parks, Golf Courses & Marinas

There’s an ease in coronavirus-related restrictions on the way in Broward. → Read More

‘We Are Free Society’: Protesters In Fort Lauderdale Demand Coronavirus-Related Restrictions Be Eased Up

The rain didn’t stop dozens from driving and then walking with flags and signs to protest the current coronavirus-related restrictions. → Read More

Local Mayor Says COVID-19 Testing Must Be Expanded To Help People In Minority Communities

South Florida still has just two public sites where you do not need to be in a car to get tested for coronavirus. That has one mayor saying much more needs to happen to make sure people in minority communities have access to the testing. → Read More

‘We Feel It’s Rigged’: Caravan Of Workers Demand More Action On Unemployment Claims

Housekeepers, servers and cooks left signs at the Hialeah office of the Florida house speaker, calling for their unemployment claims to be processed and see an increase in the weekly cap. → Read More

Coronavirus Testing: Criteria Expanded At CB Smith Park, 18+ Showing Symptoms Will Now Be Teste

The C.B Smith Park coronavirus test site has expanded its criteria. → Read More

Coronavirus Update: Push To Get More Blacks Tested As Numbers Show Group Affected Greatly

There is a push to get more testing in black communities. That’s after national numbers show COVID-19 greatly impacting blacks. → Read More

‘I’m Helping My Community’: Grocery Store Workers Showing Incredible Dedication During Coronavirus Crisis

There’s no question supermarkets are essential. And for the employees of those grocery stores, the work is nonstop from the moment it opens to when it closes. → Read More